I've been using Bridgestone tires for a while now. They're grippy!
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I ride trails in a lot of dry red dirt that transitions into clay all the time. There's also so many rocks, it's difficult to stay on the bike. I went on a four hour ride yesterday up the mountain and I was sure when I came back my tires would be shredded.... low and behold not one single knob was even partially cut, on the front or the rear. These are great tires and I highly recommend them for use.
I have these tires on all of my bikes, I've had Dunlops and Michelins but these Bridgestones beat them in every way. They don't wear down fast while at the same time give you a nice soft feel. They work well in motocross and off-road racing.
Installed super easy. Great build quality. Knobbies hook like crazy on the sides which is what I wanted. Haven't had enough time to tell durability but I think they are going to hold great.
Definitely an awesome purchase and worth every penny. They grab awesome in every terrain and grip hard in every corner. Not only do they work great but they also look gnarly
Great tires, get them
IT WAS A GOOD DEAL AND I LIKE BRIDGESTONE
These tires are durable and look awesome on my 1979 CR250 I took these to the mud pits the day I got them and I didn't get stuck once it was like driving on the street the grip is unbelievable and the tires by themselves loom extremely fantastic I highly recommend these tires for any dirt bike
Rode these tires for the first time this weekend in New England woods - wet dirt, mud, roots, and rocks, great performance overall; overall rating and durability I'm leaving room for improvement because I don't have the time on them. Installation was pretty rough, these have some really stiff sidewalls, the last quarter took almost as long as the rest of the tire to get to that point.
KTM 300xc: PC platinum 2 pipe, softest spring power valve, Rekluse EXP (latest auto clutch)
Past tires used front: MX51, bridgestone 403(one of my favorites)
Past Rear Tires: MX 51, Starcross MH3 (one of my favorites), Maxxis Intermediate (my favorite on 4 stroke)
I wanted to give this tire a try and I'm very impressed. It has the block in block design. I use Tubless system and found the front tire a little hard to get on even when warmed in the sun... but seems all fronts are a pain.
I wanted to pick the softer compound for the traction without going to a trials type tire which is great in rocks but not so much in deep sugar sand and decayed granite.
The tire was a 110 width which is a little more narrow for sand and such but the tire worked great... 2 hours and 58 minutes of hot desert riding and the tire had the leading edges worn down at around a 45 degree angle with about 2-4mm of material missing, the block in block design held up with all the inner taller blocks still there with same type of wear only smaller scale.
I expected wear and actually was surprised to see it was not as bad as I thought considering the gnarly nature of the course. Especially when attached to a high sprung ktm 300 xc.
I found traction in the silt covered turns, I found the traction on the rocks to be amazing. Sand however took a bit and I think that was in part the design and thinner tire. Its not a sand tire... it still got going but I felt the starcross would hook up faster in the sand... In the thin gravely wash turns the rear and front held up great...
I don't know that I can tell a difference in front braking but the tire tracked very true and guided the bike where you pointed it... sometimes to a bad end...
I've attached photo's of the wear after almost three hours of racing in sand, decayed granite, sharp fractured rock and bare open rock faces.